By Clarence Carson and Paul Cleveland
Basic Economics, 4th Ed.
Textbook and Online Course
Equip your students to make the case for free markets and limited government, and understand the alternatives.
Beginning at the beginning with the Dominion Mandate, Basic Economics covers the subject of economics from a natural law perspective that recognizes an intentionally created orderly universe that has discoverable principles.
Basic Economics is a must read! So much of what is taught today as economics is 180 degrees opposite of the truth. It’s all about how you think and this book will make sure you get it right.
–Nelson Nash Originator of the Infinite Banking Concept
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In the simplest terms, economics is a study of the thrifty use of scarce resources to satisfy human wants. God created an orderly universe, and there are discoverable principles that govern how systems operate. Economic principles, so far as they are valid, are universal in their application. That is, they apply to all peoples at all times…
– Chapter 1
Unmasking the Sacred Lies
In this book, Dr. Cleveland clearly lays out the important foundational issues that policy makers sadly miss or deviously seek to mask. He then examines several individual areas including education, the environment, welfare, and business policy revealing the sacred lies we have believed for far too long. The ideas in this book will more than likely challenge your view of what constitutes good public policy.
The Great Utopian Delusion
Individual freedom and liberty are fundamental principles upon which a good society is based. Regrettably, those principles have been under attack for over one hundred years around the globe. The notion that paradise on earth can be achieved by coercive means has led to the spread of tyranny and despotism
Basic American Government
A constitutionally oriented book which includes a valuable and lengthy one chapter description of the nature our government, followed by a history of its founding principles, tracing them from the ancient Hebrews, the Greeks, the Romans, the Medieval and reformation background, and the British sources. From there it describes the making of our national and state constitutions, the 19th century development, and 20th century departures.